Help Cooper & his family
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16 year old Cooper broke his neck and damaged his spinal cord. The paralysis is sadly permanent, please help Cooper.
On Tuesday my friends beautiful son, Cooper broke his neck and damaged his spinal cord. The paralysis is permanent from the neck down. Vertebrae c3 c4 and c5 affected. He is on life support and it is critical. Please help him.
Cooper is from Tauranga and had just moved to Whanganui a week ago, and he is now in Christchurch Intensive Care Unit. This is an incredibly tough time for Kim, Dad Roger and siblings Geordie, Kelly and Abby. At this early stage it is uncertain to say exactly what the outcome will be, but it will involve months spent in the Burwood Spinal unit. Hopefully his usual exuberance and zest for life will help him on this long journey ahead.
These funds will be used to ease some of the financial stress towards flights and expenses. The family is all from the North island and to assist with the help and care that Cooper will now need.
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I am a family friend who is trying to spread the word to raise as much money as we can to support this young man who is still a boy.
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Funds will be paid to a verified bank account of Kim Ostern on behalf of Cooper Snowdon.
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